At Thermopylae 1,000,000 Persians lost 20,000 yet failed to disarm just 300 Spartans. 80,000,000 lawful Americans would resist even harder. That we promise.I would like to think so, but unfortunately I don't think there will be anyone we would be able to fight against. The process to take our guns away has been and will continue to be an ongoing process.
Monday, February 04, 2008
On one of the forums I browse, I recently saw this following passage in the member's signature:
I think the only way we will be able to keep our rights to own guns is through helping those who aren't hard set against guns to understand our Constitutionally established rights (arguably), electing politicians whom will protect our rights, and through fighting every piece of anti-gun legislation that comes up for vote.
These kinds of "quotes" do no service to preserving our rights. The issue is not to fight if we have to, but whom will we be fighting?
Figures. I have a Glock 30 that I picked up a couple of months ago. I love it. It's compact, .45 ACP, and the handgun I'm going to get licensed to carry first.
Then I noticed that TopGlock.com has begun to take pre-orders for a new SF model, but with some significant differences. I haven't found official information on the new SF model on Glock's website. Apparently there's no ambi-mag relase (that's a shame) and no Picatinny rail (no surprise).
I'm going to have to check one of these out now as well. I won't part with my Glock 30. I put a lot of thought into buying a weapon and I don't believe in selling them.
Saturday, February 02, 2008
The guys over at Defensereview.com spotted this one and I've watched the videos and I'm very impressed. Easy, (looks) reliable, and durable. How much? About $40. Normally I wouldn't consider a mag over $20, but this is very cool. I always wondered why someone didn't design a mag like this.